Looking for a resort vacation on a budget? Try Hard Labor Creek State Park, one of the largest in the Georgia State Park system. Swim, golf,…Read More
Parks + Camping
FDR State Park is Georgia’s largest state park, so it should be no surprise that it is filled with things to do! This park has it all: hiking, swimming, fishing, boating, beautiful views, camping, cabins, history, presidential love, and many unique events.
Cumberland Island, Georgia’s largest barrier island, is a unique opportunity to experience beautiful pristine beaches, thick untamed maritime forests and wildlife that actually lives in the wild.
I love the Ocmulgee National Monument! It is one of those places that just has everything you need for a fun day with the family. …
When my kids were younger, Providence Canyon State Park was the impetus for a spring break trek across west Georgia. We based our entire trip…
We decided to celebrate the first weekend of October in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park – CAMPING! And what a wonderful weekend of camping it was. My sister and I have five children among us, between the ages of 2-7, and they had the time of their lives. I’m so excited to share our experience with you!
Cloudland Canyon State Park, once known as Sittons Gulch, is one of the prettiest of Georgia’s state parks, and a beautiful Georgia canyon. It’s located in the state’s Northwest corner about half an hour from Chattanooga, TN in Rising Fawn, Ga.